A do-gooder bike is gone after an alleged theft from a Scarborough cycling charity on Wednesday.
Scarborough Cycles promotes bike culture in the suburbs by offering DIY bike repair, guided rides like this summer’s Tour de Scarborough, and access to bikes at two community hubs on the city’s east end.
But one of the bikes it typically lends to locals, staff and volunteers went missing from the organization’s Danforth location at some point on Wednesday, Marvin Macaraig coordinator for the program told Metro.
“It’s really crummy,” Macaraig said, noting bike theft is a sad fact of life for many Toronto cyclists.
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